Springfield College School of Social Work Students Making an Impact in Worcester Community

 

Springfield College School of Social Work students highlighted for their inspiring work in the Worcester community working with the Worcester Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation and being part of a panel presentation battling prostitution in Worcester.

The Springfield College School of Social Work offers multiple program pathways to complete the MSW including a full-time, two-year, weekday master of social work program in Springfield, and a part-time, three-year, weekend master of social work program in Springfield and in Worcester at Saint Vincent Hospital.  There are also options for graduates of Council on Social Work Education-accredited bachelor of social work programs to choose either a four-semester weekend or three-semester weekday advanced standing program.  The dual master of social work/juris doctorate is a four-year, full-time program in conjunction with Western New England University School of Law.  Students can also work toward a post-master’s certificate in advanced practice with children and adolescents. Click here for more information.